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DELOS REYES, WUSSTIG READY

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By Patrick Lujan

MANILA – Pacific Xtreme Combat will host PXC 33 Saturday night in Pasig City and the two Guam fighters on the fight card are ready to go.

Jon Delos Reyes (R) will face a tough Troy Bantiag in PXC 33 Saturday night. (GSPN photo)

145-lb. Robert Wusstig (4-5) made weight and had a literal head-to-head staredown with Philippine opponent Mark Striegl (10-0).

“I’m just looking forward to seeing the people out here and fighting in the biggest event,” Wusstig said, making his first visit to the Philippines ever.

The 23-year-old is going up against the highly-touted Striegl whom the PXC just recruited away from the URCC. Wusstig is on a two-fight win streak after losing his previous five bouts.

Jon Delos Reyes was a pound over the 136-lb. limit, but wasn’t worried about cutting the final pound within the two-hour grace period.

He was, however, displeased with the hotel’s sauna.

“I’m upset because the sauna wasn’t working this morning,” Delos Reyes said after stepping on the scale. “I could’ve easily made weight if it was working.”

Delos Reyes hopes to take his frustrations out on Team Lakay’s Troy Bantiag. This has fight-of-the-night honors written all over it.

MMA veteran referee Big John McCarthy goes over some rules with PXC 33 fighters Friday afternoon in Ortigas, Manila. (GSPN photo)

Veteran MMA referee Big John McCarthy is in the house and will be in the cage for some of the fights at the Ynares Sports Arena.

Weigh-in Results

Badong Domasian 145, Arex Montalban 145

Isaiah Ordiz 160, Kristoffer Perrson 153

Jerome Wanawan 125, Victor Torre 122

Eugene Toquero 125, Leonard Caliwa 125

Troy Bantiag 135, Jon Delos Reyes 137

Hong Seung Chan 155, Richie Redman 155

Masato Sannai 135, Russel Doane 135

Mark Striegl 145, Robert Wusstig 145

Seung Hwa Han 156, Harris Sarmiento 154

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